how does a place to stand illustrate personal bias?
its about a place to stand by jimmy santiago baca
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Jimmy Baca cleary has a strong hatred towards the systems that put him through so much prejudice. In "A Place to Stand" the narrator seems a bit too benevolent and caught in the wheels of fate, in which as reader, I feel that all of his misfortune could never been his fault. To me the story resembles the story of Job.
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